Simply append #t=0m0s to the URL to point 0 minutes and 0 seconds past the start of the video. Replace the 0 with your desired values and the link will scrub forward the specified amount in your browser.
Although this wasn't a feature when I asked the question, Vimeo now supports this across the board.
The forum post with the announcement of this feature ...
Create a bookmarklet with the following content:
Then simply launch the bookmarklet when playing a video on Vimeo and enter your desired playback speed.
The option to upgrade a video to 1080p is there, but available only to Plus and PRO members:
Why can’t I upgrade my video to 1080p anymore?
Good news: Plus and PRO members no longer need to manually upgrade their videos to 1080p. If you’ve uploaded a 1080p source file, we’ll automatically make both a 720p and 1080p version. (Please note that Basic ...
If they have a Vimeo Plus account they can see who is liking their videos as part of the Advanced Statistics section:
With Advanced Statistics you can stay on top of all your statistics, look at your weekly, monthly and yearly stats, see where people are watching your videos, and find people who like or comment on your videos.
For a normal account, ...
To do this, download VLC Player, pull up the Media menu, choose Open Network Stream, and paste in the https://player.vimeo.com/video/########## URL in. When it starts playing, go to the Playback menu and then choose "Speed".
If a video is embedded in a page, you can view the source of the page and search for player.vimeo.com to try to find the URL (or ...
Here's the relevant line from the Vimeo Guidelines (https://vimeo.com/help/guidelines):
No screen-captures of video games or gameplay videos, even if edited. (Exception! Game developers can upload examples of their own work. Machinima videos with a story also are allowed, but must be labeled as such in the video description to avoid deletion.)
Found answer at Stack Overflow (the only difference was *.vtt instead of *.srt):
To get any file downloaded by an swf loaded with by a html page, you
can use your browser developer tool and look on the Network log (
chrome in my case ):
As Basic Vimeo user I dropped all thoughts of upgrading to a pay account upon learning that 1080p uploaded films will revert to 720p once you go back to the free account. This means paying for eternity if you want to maintain quality.
More or less by accident I discovered that replacing a video file that I sent up originally as a 720p file can be replaced ...
I was having this same issue. I was told by their support agent that you can not remove the "vimeo" logo from an embedded playlist. but that it was a something they would pass up to the feature request team. For what thats worth.
Also, is it necessary to upload a 1080p source video for Vimeo to
'upgrade' your video, or does Vimeo resample your 720p video up to
I would assume it is necessary to have a 1080p source as they cannot upscale to a higher resolution unless they had access to the original source files and could re-render the video in 1080p.
Vimeo will switch to ...
The stats are visible on videos when you watch them on the site. There are no user engagement metrics clearly available from this view, but it is not clear if these stats are the "Advanced Statistics" from the marketing blurb, or if there may be engagement metrics in a different view/area of the site.
When building an off site list of Vimeo videos, you will need to use the API.
Vimeo's new API has a lot of the features you need, and you can get started here: https://developer.vimeo.com/api/start
The above link will walk you through app creation, and then the endpoint varies based on the videos you want to see. It's pretty intuitive though, so start here:...
To answer both questions:
Is it not possible to see which videos have not been added to any album.
You can add multiple videos to an Album from the Album's Settings page.
Album > Settings > Videos > Add more videos